The Longest Parkour is a map that you should try out if you want to remain entertained for hours upon hours. As fun as parkour maps can be, there’s one pretty major issue that exists in a lot of them and this issue is the fact that they simply do not last that long. A lot of exciting puzzle maps tend to finish in around 10-20 minutes and, for a lot of players, this simply isn’t enough time to become fully immersed. The Longest Parkour is a map that’s been designed with this issue in mind, so if you’re looking for a top notch parkour map that’ll keep you hooked for a significant amount of time, this is the perfect choice.
The defining characteristic of The Longest Parkour is, of course, the fact that it lasts quite long. However, one issue that’s likely to arise with a map this long is repetitiveness but, surprisingly enough, that doesn’t seem to be a problem here. Although the map is quite long, it never seems to become repetitive, and this is quite impressive. There are 325 different levels to complete, and the levels themselves are quite long as well, so each one will take a while to get through. It’s worth mentioning that, alongside being long, the levels are quite challenging as well, so we don’t recommend getting into it if you struggle with the basics of Minecraft parkour.
Onto the technical side of things, it’s very likely that you’ll encounter a few minor bugs from time to time when playing The Longest Parkour because of how long the map is. However, there aren’t really any complex mechanics in the gameplay, so you probably won’t run into anything that’ll hinder your experience by a significant amount. Overall, this is an extraordinary parkour map that promises to keep players entertained for hours upon hours.